Since starting to create original content in 2013, Netflix has produced more than 1,500 original titles. The company has been making films and TV shows for more than ten years. Similar to any other streaming service, not all original programming is created equal, and the outcomes vary. Nevertheless, it should come as no surprise that Netflix would produce sequels for any of its original shows and films that become huge hits. This has already been demonstrated by successful films like Code 8, a sci-fi epic, and Bird Box, which received a spiritual sequel in Bird Box Barcelona and its second part released early this year.

The most anticipated Netflix sequels for 2024 are listed below to help keep fans informed and excited about those impending releases.

6. Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver

Release Date: April 19, 2024

Part One of Rebel Moon Director Zack Snyder’s science fiction universe, which presents a totalitarian galactic force called Motherworld that exploits their military force, The Imperium, to govern over several planets, was made possible by Child of Fire. A series of events cause a group of rebels who all have reasons to despise and fear The Imperium to unite behind a common cause when they threaten an agricultural colony on the moon Veldt. The group, led by Sofia Boutella’s Kora, won a little triumph towards the close of the first movie, but it also hinted at the real danger they were up against.

Part Two of Rebel Moon: The Scargiver appears to go on from Part One. “Part One” was released with the assurance that Part Two will follow within six months of each other. Even if the first film received a mostly unfavourable reception, fans will still find something to get pleased about as the plot comes to a close thanks to the visual extravaganza. The characters’ growth as they get ready to battle The Imperium once more should help the franchise achieve the depth that many felt the first film lacked.

5. Baki Hanma VS Kengan Ashura

Release Date: June 6, 2024

Thanks to Netflix, fans of brutally strong martial arts anime and characters with “muscles upon muscles” may now stream two of the genre’s most popular Manga series. Currently available on Netflix, Baki Hanma has two seasons after making its debut there in September 2021. July 2019 saw the release of Kengan Ashura’s first two seasons on Netflix, with a third on the horizon.

Baki Hanma VS Kengan Ashura is more of an event based on both series than it is a true sequel. Nevertheless, it still has the sense of expanding on something already fantastic, especially considering the inevitable epic confrontation and the fact that this is a sequel to Netflix’s release of both episodes on the service. Who knows what will happen when these two fight, but anime fans are sure to see a fantastically wild and violent battle.

4. Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F

Release Date: July 3, 2024

Eddie Murphy became a megastar when the hugely successful first Beverly Hills Cop (1984) made over $250 million worldwide. Two sequels, Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) and Beverly Hills Cop III (1994), were the product of this. It has long been planned that this would be the fourth Beverly Hills Cop. Although it was first scheduled to be released soon after the third, the project never got off the ground. In 2006, it was once again announced, this time with producer Jerry Bruckheimer expressing interest in bringing the movie series back to life.

Fans can now look forward to a confirmed release date for Netflix’s Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F, following years of conjecture. In the fourth movie, Judge Reinhold’s character Axel Foley returns to Beverly Hills to look into the death of his buddy Billy Rosewood. He collaborates on his inquiry with Serge, a rookie investigator played by Bronson Pinchot. Along with bringing in fresh faces to the franchise, the film will also include Kevin Bacon in the role of Beverly Hills Police Department Captain Grank. Although Eddie Murphy will be out of the spotlight for a while, there is definitely cause for excitement as he could reprise his role as Axel Foley.

3. Ferry 2

Release Date: TBA 2024

The film Ferry served as a preface to the Netflix crime series Undercover, providing criminal Ferry Bouman’s (Frank Lammers) background narrative. Additionally, Ferry would receive a TV series on the site called Ferry: The Series, demonstrating the characters’ enduring popularity on Netflix. The Dutch criminal thriller has stayed specialised even though it has been popular enough to maintain the character’s legacy on the platform.

To have a better understanding of the broader context surrounding Ferry Bouman, who is loosely modelled on the real-life Dutch gangster Janus van Wessenbeeck, viewers would be best served by working their way up from Undercover. Even with the limited narrative information that are currently known, fans of the crime/drama series will undoubtedly be enticed by the impending Ferry 2.

2. The Witcher: Sirens of the Deep

Release Date: TBA 2024

Whether you love it or not, there’s no doubting that The Witcher franchise has had some challenges on Netflix, from the departure of Henry Cavil from the series to the lacklustre reaction to The Witcher: Blood Origin. The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, which released in 2021, gave the Geralt story a much-needed boost by providing a more anime-styled narrative that most fans found enjoyable. Fans now have a trailer and an approximate release date for the sequel, which will be directed by Kang Hei Chul, the man behind The Nightmare of the Wolf. The sequel felt inevitable.

Following Geralt after he is hired to look into attacks on the people in a seaside village, The Witcher: Sirens of the Deep. As a result, Geralt and his companions become embroiled in a long-standing dispute between sea creatures and humans, which he has to hurry to resolve before it gets worse. Doug Cockle, who voiced Geralt in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, will be back, as will Anya Chalotra and Joey Batey, who will play Yennefer and Jaskier, respectively.

1. Untitled “The Platform” Sequel

Release Date: TBA 2024

Netflix’s unexpected success in 2019 was The Platform, a straightforward concept film with a rich backstory that won accolades from reviewers and audiences alike. A terrifying allegory for class and social inequality is created by witnessing a guy dealing with an unusual captivity in which food was gradually lowered down, with each consecutive floor having less access to necessary, life-sustaining meals. It made a lasting effect, and while a sequel is not necessary, one is most definitely welcome.

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